David Grant
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Serge Marti and David Grant are now friends
Jun 20, 2011
David Grant updated their profile photo
Nov 29, 2009
David Grant updated their profile
Nov 29, 2009
David Grant replied to Debi Fry's discussion Power and Asset-Based Approaches in the group Inquiry into Asset Based Community Development
"Thank you, Cormac, for your thought-provoking post. It's great that this forum exists. The opportunity to learn about new approaches and witness them being discussed by a broad range of practitioners, community members, activists, and funders…"
Nov 29, 2009
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Inquiry into Asset Based Community Development

This group builds on the publication of 'Appreciating Assets'. It focuses on sharing approaches to community-led asset mapping. See More
Nov 29, 2009
David Grant and Nick Wilding are now friends
Aug 19, 2009
David Grant was featured
Aug 17, 2009
David Grant and Shakeel are now friends
Aug 10, 2009
Ninian Stuart left a comment for David Grant
"Great. let me know when the smoke, air and diary have cleared. N"
Aug 5, 2009
David Grant left a comment for Ninian Stuart
"Hello, Ninian! That sounds great! I'd love to have a wee walk now that the smoke has cleared. I have friends visiting but will free up some time soon and see what day we're both available. All the best!"
Aug 5, 2009
Ninian Stuart left a comment for David Grant
"Hi David Great to see your presence here - and that amazing hat! Do you fancy lunch at the pIllars sometime next week or week after? Now the tents are down, it would be good to catch up and walk a little. N"
Aug 5, 2009
Kate Braithwaite left a comment for David Grant
"Hi David Welcome to fieryspirits. There is an intro to Carnegie's work on the 'welcome' page, plus a flyer on the opening page which says a little more about the rural programme. There is a site guide under 'starters' Do…"
Aug 2, 2009
David Grant is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Aug 2, 2009

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Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
I've been hoping to join my lovely wife and great new friends here for many moons.

I hope to meet more people of like mind and find ways to contribute to the great work being done, as well as discovering how I might better utilize my inherent talents and education towards these ends.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I am a mature student in the Social Anthropology programme at the University of St. Andrews. I'm also enrolled in the Sustainable Development course there, in hopes that a joint Masters will be offered by the time I get to the Honours Level.

I'm taking instruction in Gaelic; first of all, in hopes of the language's survival and growth, and also in preparation for fieldwork I wish to do in the Highlands and Islands.

I'm a member of Amnesty International's White Ribbon Scotland Campaign to eradicate violence against women. I intend to establish a strong presence of the campaign on the campus and in the town of St. Andrews.

I'm hoping to include the aims of the White Ribbon in my fieldwork, as well as discovering more of how music and other traditions contribute to the strengthening of bonds within communities.
Website:
http://www.whiteribbonscotland.org.uk/

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At 11:34 on August 5, 2009, Ninian Stuart said…
Great. let me know when the smoke, air and diary have cleared. N
At 8:02 on August 5, 2009, Ninian Stuart said…
Hi David
Great to see your presence here - and that amazing hat!
Do you fancy lunch at the pIllars sometime next week or week after?
Now the tents are down, it would be good to catch up and walk a little.
N

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